A quick note: You can register your children for Sunday School online now; go to this page for a form-fillable PDF, or you can print this form here… Read more “We look forward to welcoming you back to church on Sunday, September 8, at 10 am!”
School’s out, so the summer hours will be shifting! Our reduced summer schedule of Mondays & Tuesdays from 9-2 begins in July. The office will be closed… Read more “Summer Office Hours!”
Click here to learn more and order tickets! You can find out more information about this interfaith initiative of Refugee Immigration Ministry here.
It’s coming up, this Saturday from 9-1! We hope you’ll join us….
Please join us for a musical meditation on the Seven Last Words of Christ on Maundy Thursday evening, April 18 at 7 pm to be held at… Read more “Maundy Thursday Service Thursday, April 18, 7 pm at First Congregational Church of Melrose”
On the first weekend on November, the Massachusetts Conference of the United Church of Christ met as part of the forthcoming Southern New England Conference. More about… Read more “From Tomb to Womb”
It’s time for our annual Winter Wonderland Fair, a staple of the Home for the Holidays weekend! Ring in the season on Friday evening and Saturday by wandering… Read more “Winter Wonderland Fair!”
Continuing our look back at the history of our church, this month I am sharing a glimpse of the clergy who have served our church. This is… Read more “An Honor Roll of Clergy”
It is pretty common for people to get the Pilgrims and the Puritans mixed up. Since the United Church of Christ traces its history through both of… Read more “Pilgrims and Puritans”
I don’t think it is any secret that I am a progressive person. My theology, my politics, and my hopes for the future all lean to the… Read more “Cancelling People”
If you haven’t yet heard about this new initiative in the United Church of Christ, I share with you below Connie Larkman’s article from the UCC News. … Read more “Medical Debt Ministry”
As we intentionally build a strong future for our church, it is also important to look back and appreciate where we have been. Last month I began… Read more “Same Church, Different Buildings”